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ECS 289A Lecture 3a

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ECS 220 3b:5.4-3 Max-Cut

09:42

ECS 220 3b:5.2-1 from circuits to formulas

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ECS 220 2b:4.3-3 problems not obviously in NP

10:31

ECS 220 2a:4.2-2 k-SAT for k=1,2,3

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ECS 220 2a:4.2-1 3-Coloring reduces to CNF-SAT

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ECS 220 1c:4.2-3 CNF-SAT

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ECS 120 8b:5 definition of the 3SAT problem

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ECS 120 8a:4 implementation in Python and the…

ECS 120 8a:4 implementation in Python and the Boolean satisfiability problem

06:39

ECS 120 4b:3 NFAs can simulate RRGs proof

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ECS 120 4b:1 RRGs can simulate DFAs example

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ECS 120 2b:2 formal definition of CFG syntax

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lastQ&A.mp4

lastQ&A.mp4

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ECS 235B, Winter 2021; Lecture #27; March 10, 2021

Foundations of Computer and Information Security. This covers detecting, analyzing, and mitigation covert channels. The class starts at 7:37 into the video.

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QandA-proj3 finalB

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QandA-proj3 finalA

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